You’re doing a lot of things right. You’re participating in the forums regularly, you have your profile link on your profile here, you’re updating regularly.
A lot of people will wait to read a book until it has at least ten parts or is completed.
Keep an eye on ‘Story Requests’ in the share your story section. Recommend your books whenever they fit what the reader is looking for.
Maybe include a short author’s note at the beginning, welcoming reader’s and showing you are open to feedback.
It’s An Everlasting World:
Your blurb doesn’t actually tell me what the story is about and it feels like the writer is speaking to me rather than the character.
No matter if your book is in first person or third, the blurb should be in third person, give the reader’s a strong sense of who your character is as a person, and a taste of the plot to come. While it’s a lovely blurb, not knowing what the story is about makes it so I’m not pulled in.
So, the blurb can’t really do it’s job right now.